The Esquire Network has renewed five original series for second seasons, including the cooking competition show “Knife Fight” and the craft brew series “Brew Dogs,” reports TheWrap.com.
“Knife Fight” will return for 24 episodes, while “Brew Dogs” will return for 10. Extreme competition show “Boundless” was renewed for 10 episodes. All will air their second seasons starting in the second quarter of 2014, the piece notes.
One other renewal will roll out its second season in the fourth quarter: “White Collar Brawlers,” which features co-workers duking it out. the show has been renewed for 10 episodes.
The other show to get a renewal is “Best Bars in America,” which will return with quarterly specials this year.
The network has also ordered an interview show called “Friends Call Me Johnny,” from Joel Silver’s Silver Pictures. The show will feature Jean Pigozzi interviewing celebrity friends.